Central Carolina Community Foundation is pleased to announce the BIPOC Leadership Training and Coaching Program, a free leadership development program for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color mid-level nonprofit professionals. Read More
Creating Opportunities Within the Kershaw Community
Kershaw County Community Foundation (KCCF) is uniquely positioned to understand the broad range of challenges and opportunities in its community.
All gifts to the Foundation are tax-deductible. You can make a secure donation below or mail a check to the Central Carolina Community Foundation office designated for Kershaw County Community Foundation. If you wish to make a gift of stocks, bonds, insurance or a bequest, contact JoAnn M. Turnquist.
Kershaw County Community Foundation is managed by a volunteer board of advisors made up of local community representatives and leaders who guide the Foundation.
|Gracie Adamson||Pauline W. Lampshire,
|Robert J. Sheheen, Esq|
|Mary Virginia Clark||Vivian B. Metze||C. Howard Varn Jr.|
|Debra L. Edwards||Fred Ogburn,
|Kay D. Kinard,
|Jane M. Peacock, CPA|
Kershaw County Community Foundation is a publicly supported endowment funded by donors who believe in our community’s future. Donors include individuals, families and local businesses. With their help, we make grants to improve the quality of life of residents in Kershaw County.